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Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Festival

22 September 22 @ 18:30 - 21:30


HUNGER GAMES – UNDER THE TABLECLOTH a two-course tasting menu

A night of performance art

If all the food emojis mean different queer attitudes to you, or if you often hear yourself saying “not in front of my salad”, explore more with our provocative performances centred around food.

Queer food and hospitality are rooted in being outcasted by blood families or closest friends when coming out. Queer food is a story, a journey to finding acceptance. Queer food is not ingredients or labels, but rather the act of a performance! It’s desire, disgust and other social and psychological modes of excess that straight culture often shames.

18:30 doors open

19h – 21h // Performances by Dolly Kershow – Kane Stonestreet – Mandla Rae & more

About Fringe

Since 2011, Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest has been an entirely volunteer-run organisation rooted in London’s queer creative scene. In Novembers, and throughout the year, we showcase an eclectic mix of films, arts and events celebrating LGBTIQA+ stories from around the world, welcoming everybody.

Fringe! started in 2011 as a community response to arts cuts carnage, and since then we’ve ‘expanded exponentially to become one of the most innovative and exciting festivals on the circuit.’(Londonist)

From feature films to experimental installations, workshops and lively debates to wild parties, Fringe! hosts a multitude of diverse events to tickle every one of the senses. You’ll see us flooding East London’s cinemas, art galleries, pop-up venues and basement clubs with the powerful, provocative and strange.

As we continue to develop and our Fringe! family continues to grow, some things stay the same: a lot of our screenings and events are free or affordable, we remain open to new voices and ideas, and we’ll always be queer: celebratory but critical as hell.



22 September 22
18:30 - 21:30
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Hub / Garage
49 Tanner Street
London, SE1 3PL United Kingdom
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Ugly Duck’s ground floors HUB and GARAGE are both fully accessible. The access route for wheelchair users is via the car park into the Garage. We have one fully accessible toilet. All toilets are gender neutral. There are benches and chairs accessible in the space to sit down. If you need us to help facilitate your visit to Ugly Duck please contact us at and we will do our best to help you to plan your visit. Ugly Duck is run by queer and queer “friendly” staff. All of us have basic training in inclusivity and accessibility.

Ugly Duck is a London based arts organisation that supports under-represented voices and emerging artists. 

Established in August 2012, their programme enables makers, community groups, professionals and the public to come together around unique cultural experiences and curated events.

Registered company: 08172025

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